Groove Platter

grooveGroove Platter is a high-energy, funky, blues-rock group from southwest Michigan. Offering up a heaping helping of funk, blues, and rock in an original style aimed at helping you get your GROOVE ON! Our mission is to bring you a fantastic dose of musical entertainment wherever and whenever you may need it!

 


Gator Blues Band

gatorGator Blues is three highly experienced and talented musicians with an outstanding approach to rhythm and blues/jazz, with experience and influences ranging from the mid ‘60s until now.

 

 


Kathleen & the Bridge St. Band

bolthouseAll things blues, soul and R&B…from Elmore James and Etta James to Bonnie Raitt, Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder.

 

 

 


The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

revThe Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band has always been strong on authenticity, playing music that blends blues, ragtime, folk, country and other traditional styles with the sleek modern energy of do-it-yourself, homespun, punk fueled rock. And performing tunes plucked from their lives, their community or from the canonical songbook that fed the Rev. Peyton’s formative creative identity. It’s a mix that’s allowed the band to win fans from all corners of the Americana and rock worlds, and bring a new generation to blues and other forms of American roots music.

 


Ghost Town Blues Band

ghostGhost Town Blues Band does blues and some more. Writing good originals, they shine on their totally creative covers and that’s what really caught my attention. The opener “One More Whiskey” puts these Beale St. regulars in the mood. From there, geographically, it’s only a short trip to the North MS hills where they plant the MacLen classic “Come Together” into a totally different world! Matt Isbell’s axe and vocals are as dusty and strong as a Parchman Farm sentence and the rhythm duo of Dusty Sikes on drums and Preston McEwen on bass beats like a summer sun. Visited by Big Daddy Mack and Davis Coen on the 1st cut, it is a runaway steam train plowing down the valley of death. “CC Rider” funks urban smooth while “Baby Please Don’t Go” shuffles like an inmate on death row only to have ‘Old Sparky’ let it fly on Screaming Jay Hawkins “I Put A Spell On You.” Next time you’re stepping out in Memphis , enter the Beale St. Tap room and you may just be transported by the Ghost Town Blues Band.